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The Old Man of Storr

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The Old Man of Storr

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6 Day Outer Hebrides & Isle of Skye Tour including 'Hogwarts Express' Ride
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6 Day Outer Hebrides & Isle of Skye Tour including 'Hogwarts Express' Ride

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Make the most of a trip of a lifetime to the Isle of Skye and the Outer Hebrides with this comprehensive six-day tour. Instead of cramming a long train ride and the top suggestions on Google into a long weekend, spread your travel across the better part of a week and take the time to see corners of the Hebrides that most visitors don't get to see.
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Maida wrote a review Dec 2020
Nairobi, Kenya6 contributions
We climbed up the old man of storr in April. The views were absoloutley stunning. we did want to get drone footage but it was extremly windy. If you are going, not that it can get windier the higher up you go and it's nice to take snacks to have at the top while you take in this breathtaking view. But do take your trash with you. We absoloutley enjoyed our trip there.
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Date of experience: April 2020
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NJA_7 wrote a review Dec 2020
London, United Kingdom588 contributions282 helpful votes
There is a pay and display car park at Storr which we found to be pretty busy. There are two different routes you can choose, we decided on the one to the left and started the walk up to the old man, and found this pretty hard going. We got about 3/4 of the way up before the path became very narrow and steep. They are currently constructing a walkway which will certainly make things easier. It’s is well worth the walk, as the views from this height are absolutely amazing
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Date of experience: December 2020
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victoria B wrote a review Dec 2020
Lincolnshire, United Kingdom190 contributions68 helpful votes
Lovely iconic sight and a must to visit. The car park was roomy but the machines did not work when I was there - just taking the money and no ticket. Not something to ruin the trip but there are maintenance issues here as there were two machines doing this. The paths and directions are sensitively laid out and constructed so that none of the natural beauty is compromised. There is a walk right round the rock which takes around two hours
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Hannah M wrote a review Nov 2020
Isle of Skye, United Kingdom10 contributions
Me, my husband and our 2 dogs did this and it was brilliant. It rained the whole time but it was well worth the hike up. Quiet, only passed a few people. Lovely views all the way up. The new car park is coming along nicely and will be much better with toilets added when finished. Paid £5 as didn’t have much faith in myself doing it in any less!! However only took 2 hours to do the walk up and down.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Chris I wrote a review Nov 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom983 contributions256 helpful votes
One of the highlights of the Trotternish peninsula. Only 6 miles north of Portree. It’s a bit of a slog up to the Old Man but they are in the process of building a rather attractive stone path, the views are spectacular and you can be back at the car within 2 hours. You can’t leave Skye without doing this walk!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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